We all loved a mile long tour through the Chislehurst caves – such fun! Oil lit lamps, scary stories plus a WW2 air raid experience: total darkness, walls shaking, bombs coming closer and closer… Chislehurst caves were the biggest air raid shelter in London and could hold 15000 people! This 22 mile long man-made tunnel complex […]
Last week, year 5 spent a night under canvas in Epping forest. It was a wonderful trip and the children made dens, went pond dipping, played outdoor games, collected firewood and built and lit their own fires. This was a unique opportunity for our children and they excelled themselves, receiving compliments on their enthusiasm and […]
St Peter’s are proud to be shortlisted for the 2017 TES (Times Educational Supplement) Schools Award in the Community Impact category. We are the only London-based school in the category. The winners will be announced on Friday 23rd June. A huge thank you to staff, and all of the parents and children of St Peter’s, […]
Year 1 visited the National Portrait Gallery where they learned why having a portrait is so important to Kings and Queens. The children looked at several portraits and were able to talk about the objects found in each such as an orb, ermine and sceptre.